Single Again, Now What?: How to pick up the pieces and start over after Mr. Wrong is gone

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Single Again, Now What?: How to pick up the pieces and start over after Mr. Wrong is gone

Stumped for ideas? Do something fun like enroll in a salsa/swing/line dancing class, take a gourmet cooking course, or participate in a foreign language conversation group. This is a great way to meet new people while doing something you enjoy anyway. Talk about a win-win!

There will be times when being the only single person in your social circle will feel incredibly stifling. But just as it's important to enjoy this stage in life and broaden your network of friends, it's equally important to practice patience. Being single isn't something to suffer endlessly through. Instead, with a slight attitude adjustment, you can easily fall in love with your footloose and fancy free life. In doing so, you take the pressure off, and celebrate Y-O-U for the amazing individual that you are.

To truly celebrate your savvy single self, you may need to break free of some limiting beliefs and past blocks about life and love. My ebook Bad Love No More! Walks you step by step through the process of reclaiming your life. Get your copy today!

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